Davis Polk partner and Financial Institutions co-head Meg Tahyar was quoted in American Banker regarding the future of examinations for banks, following a request by the FDIC for bankers to share lessons learned from nearly 18 months of fully remote exams. Meg explained that she believes a hybrid model that will distinguish between the size and complexity of the bank will be adopted by financial policymakers.

FDIC review of virtual exams sparks debate on bank supervision's future,American Banker, (August 31, 2021) (subscription required)